Coordinator Service Additional Terms of Service
To use the Coordinator Service, including related reports, features and functionality (collectively the "Coordinator Service"), you and the legal entity on whose behalf you are using the Coordinator Service (if any) (together, "You") must accept (1) the Google Terms of Service, and (2) these Coordinator Service Additional Terms of Service (the "Additional Terms").
Please read each of these documents carefully. Together, these documents are known as the "Terms". They establish what you can expect from us as you use the Coordinator Service, and what we expect from you.
If these Additional Terms conflict with the Google Terms of Service, these Additional Terms will apply.
Purpose of Coordinator Service
The Coordinator Service is designed to ensure that reports from the client software, such as a Chrome browser or an Android device, which are sent to the Aggregation Service, will run on Approved Aggregation Service Code and Binaries and to configure access to decryption keys and manage aggregatable report accounting.
- "Aggregation Service"
- means a service operated by You using Approved Aggregation Service Code and Binaries that processes data from aggregatable reports to create a summary report and is intended to prevent inappropriate access to raw attributed conversion data or other intermediate data.
- "Approved Aggregation Service Code and Binaries"
- means the open source code or compiled binaries approved by Google that You will run in the Cloud Service’s Trusted Execution Environment to operate the Aggregation Service and use the Coordinator Service.
- "Cloud Service"
- is a cloud service(s) that (i) is capable of supporting the needed security features of a Trusted Execution Environment and (ii) is included in the list of supported Cloud Service providers, which may be updated at any time by Google.
- is one or more entities responsible for key management and aggregatable report accounting used in connection with the Aggregation Service. The Coordinator(s) will maintain a list of hashes of Approved Aggregation Service Code and Binaries and configure access to decryption keys.
- "Trusted Execution Environment" (or "TEE")
- means a dedicated, closed execution context that is isolated through hardware memory protection and cryptographic protection of storage and where the TEE's contents are protected from observation and tampering by unauthorized parties, including the root user.
What we expect from you
You are responsible for using the Coordinator Service in accordance with these Terms. That means, in addition to following the Google Terms of Service, you must, when using the Coordinator Service, ensure each of the following:
- Registration. You will be required to provide certain information (such as identification or contact details) as part of the registration process, or as part of your continued use of the Coordinator Service. Any registration information you give to Google will always be accurate and up to date and you'll inform Google promptly of any updates. You provide permission to share your registration information with Coordinator(s).
- Cloud Service. You will enter a separate contract for Cloud Service and ensure you are always using up to date Approved Aggregation Service Code and Binaries as made available https://github.com/privacysandbox/aggregation-service when you make use of the Coordinator Service.
Additionally, when using the Coordinator Service, you will not (nor allow those acting on your behalf to):
- Duplicate report requests, create duplicative registrations, enable tracking the activity of individual users, or any other conduct that undermine the purpose of the Coordinator Service.
- Interfere with or disrupt the Coordinator Service or the servers or networks providing the Coordinator Service or the TEE.
Use of Coordinator Service is subject to your understanding and agreement to the following:
This is a non-consumer service that is provided to You free of charge. If You are based in the European Economic Area or the United Kingdom, Google agrees that the Coordinator Service will be provided in accordance with the Warranty and Disclaimer sections of the Google Terms of Service, including to the extent the Services are provided by any Coordinator(s).
If You are not based in the European Economic Area or the United Kingdom, in using the Coordinator Services, to the extent allowable under applicable law, You understand that the following warranty disclaimer overrides the applicable sections in the Google Terms of Service:
No Warranties. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE COORDINATOR SERVICE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.TO THE EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY APPLICABLE LAW, GOOGLE, THE COORDINATOR(S), AND ANY SUBCONTRACTORS (COLLECTIVELY "RELATED PARTIES") DO NOT MAKE ANY SPECIFIC PROMISES ABOUT THE COORDINATOR SERVICE, ANY RELATED SERVICE, REPORT, FEATURE OR FUNCTIONALITY, THEIR RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, OR ABILITY TO MEET YOUR NEEDS.
Additional Disclaimers. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY APPLICABLE LAW, GOOGLE AND THE RELATED PARTIES DO NOT REPRESENT OR WARRANT TO YOU THAT:
- THE COORDINATOR SERVICE WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS;
- THE COORDINATOR SERVICE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, TIMELY, SECURE, OR ERROR-FREE;
- THE COORDINATOR SERVICE WILL BE ACCURATE, RELIABLE, COMPLETE, CONTINUE TO EXIST, OR OTHERWISE VALID; OR
- DEFECTS IN THE OPERATION OR FUNCTIONALITY OF ANY ASPECT OF THE COORDINATOR SERVICE, CONTENT, DATA, SUPPORT OR ANYTHING ELSE PROVIDED TO YOU AS PART OF, OR IN CONNECTION WITH, THE COORDINATOR SERVICES, WILL BE CORRECTED.
Coordinator Role; Third-Party Beneficiary. Coordinator(s) provide a key function of the Coordinator Service including key management, aggregatable report accounting, and verification of the version of the Approved Aggregation Service Code and Binaries. For the Coordinator Service, the Liabilities Section of the Google Terms of Service is modified to include Coordinator(s) such that any release of liability for Google, indemnification of Google, and limitation of liability for Google includes Google and Coordinator(s). You agree that the Coordinator(s) are third-party beneficiaries under these Terms and are entitled to directly rely on and enforce any right or benefit provided to them under these Terms.